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Forum Council Presidential Candidates Race to the Top

Forum Council Presidential Candidates Race to the Top

Francisco Fiori
September 28
Filed under CATEGORY FRONT PAGE, NEWS, SCHOOL, UNCATEGORIZED

It’s fall 2016, the time of the elections. Campaigns and posters are invading the hallways and each candidate is trying to obtain the treasured positions of the presidency. However, these candidates are still in their teen years and have yet to graduate high school. That’s because these presidential hop...

Danny Freiband

Danny Freiband

Alexandra Hobrecht
September 15
Filed under HUMANS OF COMMUNITY, SERIES

"Well, here's the spiel. You go to Sparrow, you're looking for a pear, right? You're hungry, you want something sweet that's a little bit moist. You're maybe thirsty. It's a hot humid day. You want a pear. And so you go and you look for a pear, you go over to the aisle and there are three different k...

Why it Sucks to Have Your Voice Change

Why it Sucks to Have Your Voice Change

Danny Freiband
January 22
Filed under FRONT PAGE, OPINION

When I was thirteen years old, I was, for the most part, a soprano; sure, I mostly sang alto in choir, but my voice went just as high as most of the soprano singers, and I was known to jump up to the soprano part from time to time. A year later, my voice had dropped an octave, and I struggled to sing...

To Paris and the World

To Paris and the World

Communicator Staff
November 17
Filed under FRONT PAGE, UNCATEGORIZED

Our hearts go out to the people of Paris and to the victims of terrorism and injustice everywhere in the world. What happened on Friday was a tragedy for humanity, something felt around the globe. Out of the horror we witnessed the kindness that we are all capable of giving, just like the people who...

Cull of the Wild

Cull of the Wild

Danny Freiband
November 13
Filed under FEATURES

AAPS Media Specialist and Citizens for Safe Deer Management Co-founder Jeri Schneider spoke the minds of many Ann Arbor citizens when she said she was “shocked and appalled” at Ann Arbor City Council’s 8-1 approval of a deer cull program on Aug. 18. It was an important turning point in an ongoing...

Time Out: A Reconsideration of Timed Testing

Time Out: A Reconsideration of Timed Testing

Danny Freiband
October 23
Filed under OPINION

Timed testing has been around for so long that many of us consider it an unpleasant yet necessary part of our lives. It is high time that its merits be called into question. The true purpose of testing is too often forgotten: a test is meant to assess a student’s understanding of a subject or co...

Monty Python’s SPAMalot

Monty Python’s SPAMalot

Natalie Potter and Andreea Serban
March 20
Filed under A & E, FRONT PAGE

One Week Before Opening Night Diction, energy and staying in character were the three things running through the minds of the actors and actresses of Community’s Ensemble Theatre (CET) one week before opening night on March 19, 2015. “Nothing less than your best,” said Quinn Strassel, CET’...

A student voice.
Danny Freiband